• Take your next steps with the beginner’s course 5: booking a hotel room, giving your opinion on a restaurant, buying tickets for the theatre, talking about your state of health, talking about precise times and expressing wishes. Learn all the relevant expressions, as well as grammar and pronunciation for level A2 of the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages.

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    Bonnes vacances ! Part 1

    the regular forms of the superlative how to talk about months and time periods how to book a hotel room

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    Bonnes vacances ! Part 2

    irregular forms of the superlative how to give your opinion on the hotel and the room relative clauses with "qui" and "que"

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    Bonnes vacances ! Review

    the vocabulary from the previous two lessons the superlative relative clauses with "qui" and "que"

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    French pronounciation: "h"

    how to pronounce "h" what a silent and aspirate "h" is

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    En bonne santé ! Part 1

    irregular imperative forms how to negate imperatives how to talk about illness and health

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    En bonne santé ! Part 2

    the forms of "se sentir" how to say how you are and understand advice pronouns with imperatives

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    En bonne santé ! Review

    the vocabulary from the previous two lessons irregular imperative forms and word order the forms of "se sentir"

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    French pronunciation: "ll"

    how to pronounce "ll"

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    On va au restaurant ? Part 1

    the pronoun "y" where to place "y" in a sentence how to talk about taste

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    On va au restaurant ? Part 2

    a few irregular participles how to use the "participe passé" as an adjective how to talk about a restaurant

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    On va au restaurant ? Review

    the vocabulary from the previous two lessons irregular participles the "participe passé" as an adjective the pronoun "y"

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    French pronunciation: "p"

    how to pronounce "p" and when not to pronounce it

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    C'est complet ! Part 1

    how to talk about months and the date "ne que" and "ne... ni...ni" how to book tickets for the theatre

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    C'est complet ! Part 2

    the ordinal numbers how to refer to theatre seats the possessive pronouns "le mien", "le tien" and "le sien"

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    C'est complet ! Review

    the vocabulary from the previous two lessons the possessive pronouns ordinal numbers and dates "ne...que" and "ne...ni...ni"

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    French pronunciation: "x"

    how to pronounce "x" and when it is not pronounced

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    Je souhaiterais... Part 1

    regular forms of the "conditionnel" the difference between "qu'est-ce que" and "qu'est-ce qui" how to express wishes

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    Je souhaiterais... Part 2

    the "conditionnel" of "pouvoir" the demonstrative pronouns the thousands how to pay money in at the bank

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    Je souhaiterais... Review

    the vocabulary from the previous two lessons the "conditionnel" the demonstrative pronouns questions with "qu'est-ce que" and "qu'est-ce qui" thousands

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    French pronunciation: "ay", "œ" and "ui"

    how to pronounce "ay", "œ" and "ui"

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